Peaceful, Honest, Soft Ever have a friend who tells you the truth, no matter what? And yet, you never doubted her love for you? Well, that sounds like our Elvis (who is female, by the way)! Don't take it personal if Elvis swats at you; it means she is just nervous about something. She is actually very affectionate! She will reach up to you with her front paws, stretching them on your legs, and this means that she wants you to pick her up. She will let you hold her like a baby (if she is in the mood) and likes to sit in your lap. She may even touch your face with her soft paws to encourage you to pet her. Elvis is a bit temperamental, so if she gets spooked by something - or maybe doesn't like the way you are petting her - that is when she may swat. No biggie, just let her work it out on her own, and eventually she will come back to you, all lovey-dovey. Don't write her off, just give her time! Elvis has diabetes and requires some extra medical care, which may include a regulated diet and/or insulin. For more information, please contact APA! Elvis isn't interested in playing; her goal in life is to find a comfy lap and settle into it. She is a beautiful girl who should live with patient and cat-experienced people in a low-traffic home - and be the only cat. She would prefer for her human to be a working-from-home person or someone with a flexible schedule that allows them to spend a good chunk of time at home - she is social and likes to hang out with you! Contact us today to arrange a meet & greet with Elvis! All APA! cats are fully vetted, spayed or neutered, and have updated vaccines and a microchip. Lifetime support is offered by our Cat Behavior Team. For further information or to meet Elvis, please email email@example.com.